Gays can have more stable relationships than their straight counterparts. This is a finding from one of my research studies. Two convenience samples were interviewed. The first group consisted of gays and lesbians. The second group included heterosexuals. Requests for participants interested in discussing personal relationships were requested in Phoenix Arizona and St. Petersburg, Florida. It was a convenience sample consisting of 200 people. One hundred gays and lesbians were interviewed as well as one hundred heterosexuals.
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